First: In the 12 refugee resettlement areas in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia, evacuees are thriving. Forty Syrian refugees are expected this month in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where more than 10,000 asylum seekers from around the world have settled over the past 35 years, creating new homes and new businesses.
Then: the current President of the Kentucky Coal Association is leaving the energy industry, for a job back in his hometown of Huntington, West Virginia. Hear his thoughts on how business can spur healthier communities.
...on this West Virginia Morning.